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Thread: Dirt worthy wheel and tire options for heavier campers

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    Quote Originally Posted by brian94ht View Post
    Not sure if they offer dished but 1st attack has some options worth research. They even have some tire options I haven't seen mentioned.
    http://1stattack.com/super-single-wheels-2/
    I thought I had those mentioned in here already. I think they're the same as the Firematic aren't they? Rickson wheels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petrolburner View Post
    I thought I had those mentioned in here already. I think they're the same as the Firematic aren't they? Rickson wheels.
    No First attack makes their own now I believe. Not Rickson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Britboaters View Post
    I'm working on a GMC Topkick based camper. I want to use 335/80R20 tires, for all the good reasons.
    Having trouble finding wheels though. Does anybody know of any reputable wheel builders they could recommend please ?
    I would really like to find someone that uses "dished centers" rather than flat plate, as this would make the wheels much stronger.
    I would prefer not to use bead lock rims, to avoid cost, etc.
    Thanks in advance.
    Did you ever figure out your wheels/tires. Iím doing the same with the topkick as well as one other on the forum.
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    No. I haven't found anything reasonably sized and priced. Also, I'm still considering WeldTec Designs long travel vs a 4WD conversion. I'm still pretty far from the decision deadline.
    Building a 1997 Ford E450 with 7.3 PSD and a 17' Grumman Olson box.

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